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In Pokémon Origins
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'''Mr. Fuji''' (Japanese: '''フジ{{tt|フジ老人|ろうじん|Fuji Rōjin}}''' ''Elder Fuji'') is a kind old man who lives in [[Lavender Town]].
 
==In the games==
Mr. Fuji looks after abandoned and orphaned {{OBP|Pokémon|speciesSpoilers}} at the '''Lavender Volunteer Pokémon House''' (Japanese: '''{{tt|あいの ボランティア ポケモン ハウス|Ai no Borantia Pokémon Hausu}}''' ''Volunteer Pokémon House of Affection'') in [[Lavender Town]]. He subscribes to {{DL|Pokémon magazines|Pokémon Fan|Pokémon Fan Magazine}}. It is revealed that he is not a native of Lavender Town. He may be the same person as '''Dr. Fuji''' (Japanese: '''{{tt|フジはかせ|Fuji-hakase}}''' ''Dr. Fuji''), who founded the island's [[Pokémon Lab]]. He is a close friend of [[Blaine]], as indicated by a portrait in the [[Cinnabar Gym]] in {{2v2|FireRed|LeafGreen}}.
Mr. Fuji looks after abandoned and orphaned {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} at the Lavender Volunteer Pokémon House in [[Lavender Town]]. He subscribes to {{DL|Magazines in the Pokémon world|Pokémon Fan}} Magazine. Mr. Fuji is supposedly shy. Mr. Fuji wishes for the happiness of all Pokémon. He cares for the {{p|Cubone}} that [[Team Rocket]] orphaned.
 
Mr. Fuji is supposedlynot shya resident of Lavender Town. MrHe used to live on [[Cinnabar Island]], where he was known as '''Dr. Fuji''' wishes(Japanese: for'''フジ{{tt|博士|はかせ}}''' ''Dr. Fuji''), the happinessfounder of all[[Cinnabar PokémonLab]]. He caresis fora close friend of [[Blaine]], as indicated by a portrait in the [[Cinnabar Gym]] in {{pgame|Cubone}}FireRed thatand Team Rocket orphanedLeafGreen|s}}.
 
In the [[Generation I]] games and FireRedtheir and LeafGreen[[remake]]s, when members of [[Team Rocket]] killed {{OBP|Marowak|ghost}} at [[Pokémon Tower]], Mr. Fuji marched up to their [[Team Rocket Hideout|hideout]] and started to rant about how Team Rocket was abusing Pokémon. Later, Mr. Fuji went to the Pokémon Tower to calm the Marowak's restless spirit, but Team Rocket appeared and held him hostage until the {{player|protagonist}} drove them out of the tower and rescued him. In gratitude, Mr. Fuji gives the {{player}} a [[Poké Flute]].
 
In {{v2game|Emerald}}, there areis a series of messagesmessage left at [[Faraway Island]] where a {{pkmn2|wild}} {{p|Mew}} can be found. The messagesmessage warnpleads thatfor only someone pure"a ofkindhearted heartperson" willto ever seeset Mewfoot on the island again. The author's name is smudged, but the remnant {{tt|| ''ji}}'' is still readable in the Japanese version.
 
In the [[Generation II]] games and {{2v2game|HeartGold| and SoulSilver|s}}, Mr. Fuji doesn'tdoes not have a prominent role. He is found in the [[House of Memories]] paying respects to the deceased Pokémon there. In the house, there are hidden chambers that only Mr. Fuji has access to.
 
===DrIt is rumored that Mr. Fuji=== once lived on the {{ka|Pokémon Mansion}}, where [[Pokémon Mansion journals|journals]] related to the discovery of {{p|Mew}} and the birth of {{p|Mewtwo}} can be found. The mansion being located on Cinnabar Island and the fact that Fuji was a doctor are the only implications given in the games he appears in. However, this is also backed up not only by Pokémon Emerald as aforementioned, but by [[Mr. Fuji#In the anime|different anime media]], suggesting he is in fact the author of the Pokémon Mansion journals and thus, the scientist related to the creation of Mewtwo in the games as well.
Interacting with the portrait at Pokémon Lab of Dr. Fuji, who is thought to be Mr. Fuji in his youth, yields the following text from the games:
 
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====FireRed* In [[Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and LeafGreen====Let's Go, Eevee!|Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!]] only, Cubone is adopted by {{ga|Trace}} after it is rescued.
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===Fame Checker===
This is a list of the [[Fame Checker]]'s information on Mr. Fuji in {{2v2|FireRed|LeafGreen}}. The main text from some of these entries is also found elsewhere during regular gameplay.
;[[Reina|Little girl at Lavender Volunteer Pokémon House]]
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{{sign|FRLGspeech|What does this person do?}}
{{sign|FRLGspeech|}}
{{sign|FRLGspeech|This old guy marched right up to}}
{{sign|FRLGspeech|our {{color2|606060|Team Rocket Hideout|HIDEOUT}}.}}
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{{sign|FRLGspeech|Then, he starts ranting about how}}
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;[[{{DL|Magazines in the Pokémon magazines#world|Pokémon Fan|Pokémon Fan Magazine]]}}
{{sign|FRLGspeech|header}}
{{sign|FRLGspeech|What is this person like?}}
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{{sign|FRLGspeech|{{color2|606060|Magazines in the Pokémon magazinesworld#Pokémon Fan|POKéMON FAN MAGAZINE}}}}
{{sign|FRLGspeech|Monthly Grand Prize Drawing!}}
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;[[{{DL|Magazines in the Pokémon world|Pokémon Journal]]}}
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{{sign|FRLGspeech|What is this person like?}}
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{{sign|FRLGspeech|Instead of hoping for the happiness}}
{{sign|FRLGspeech|of just your {{color2|606060|Pokémon (species)|POKéMON}}&hellip;}}
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{{sign|FRLGspeech|&hellip;Can I get you to wish for the}}
{{sign|FRLGspeech|happiness of all {{color2|606060|Pokémon (species)|POKéMON}}?}}
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===Quotes===
====Pokémon Red, Blue and Yellow====
'''Pokémon Tower'''
:''"Heh? You came to save me? Thank you. But, I came here of my own free will. I came to calm the soul of <sc>Cubone</sc>'s mother. I think <sc>Marowak</sc>'s spirit has gone to the afterlife. I must thank you for your kind concern! Follow me to my home, <sc>Pokémon House</sc> at the foot of this tower."''
 
;Lavender Town
:''"<player>. Your <sc>Pokédex</sc> quest may fail without love for your <sc>Pokémon</sc>. I think this may help your quest."''
 
* If the player doesn't have room for more items
:''"You must make room for this!"''
 
* After giving the player the Poké Flute
:''"Upon hearing <sc>Poké Flute</sc>, sleeping <sc>Pokémon</sc> will spring awake. It works on all sleeping <sc>Pokémon</sc>."''
 
* If talked to again
:''"Has my <sc>Flute</sc> helped you?"''
 
====Pokémon Gold, Silver and Crystal====
:''"Welcome. Hmm... You appear to be raising your POKéMON in a kind and loving manner. <sc>Pokémon</sc> lovers come here to pay their respects to departed <sc>Pokémon</sc>. Please offer condolences for the souls of the departed <sc>Pokémon</sc>. I'm sure that will make them happy."''
 
====Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen====
;Pokémon Tower
:''"Heh? You came to save me? Thank you. But, I came here of my own free will. I came to calm the spirit of <sc>Cubone</sc>'s mother. I think <sc>Marowak</sc>'s spirit has finally left us. I must thank you for your kind concern. Follow me to my home, <sc>Pokémon House</sc>, at the foot of this tower."''
 
;Lavender Town
* After returning from Pokémon Tower
:''"<player>… Your <sc>Pokédex</sc> quest is one that requires strong dedication. Without deep love for <sc>Pokémon</sc>, your quest may fail. I’m not sure if this will help you, but I’d like you to have it."''
 
* After giving the player the Poké Flute
:''"Upon hearing the <sc>Poké Flute</sc>, sleeping <sc>Pokémon</sc> will spring awake. Try using it on <sc>Pokémon</sc> that are sleeping obstacles."''
 
* If talked to again
:''"Has my <sc>Poké Flute</sc> helped you?"''
 
;Fame Checker
:''"Instead of hoping for the happiness of just your <sc>Pokémon</sc>… …Can I get you to wish for the happiness of all <sc>Pokémon</sc>?"''
 
====Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver====
:''"Welcome. Hmm... You appear to be raising your Pokémon in a kind and loving manner. Those who love Pokémon come here to pay their respects to Pokémon. Please pay homage to the spirits of Pokémon. I'm sure that will make them happy."''
 
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==In the anime==
{{Spoilers}}
===In the main series===
{{main|Dr. Fuji (anime)}}
Mr. Fuji as in the elder from [[Lavender Town]] hasn't appeared in the [[Pokémon anime]] series. However, evidence from the other media suggest that Dr. Fuji from ''[[M01|Mewtwo Strikes Back]]'' is based on him. In the movie, Dr. Fuji was involved in the creation of {{OBP|Mewtwo|original series}}, from which he did not survive due to Mewtwo's destruction of the lab where it was created.
 
===In Pokémon Origins===
[[File:Mr Fuji PO.png|250px|thumb|Mr. Fuji in [[Pokémon Origins]]]]
Mr. Fuji debuted in ''[[PO02|File 2: Cubone]]''. Much like in the {{pkmn|games}}, he had gone to the [[Pokémon Tower]] after it was taken over by [[Team Rocket]], trying to convince them to leave, but wound up as their hostage. After Team Rocket was driven out of the Pokémon Tower by {{OBP|Red|Origins}}, Mr. Fuji rewarded the young Pokémon Trainer with the [[Poké Flute]] and a pair of mysterious stones. When Red asked what the stones were for, Mr. Fuji told him that he would find out soon enough.
 
Mr. Fuji reappeared in ''[[PO04|File 4: Charizard]]'', where his past as Dr. Fuji is revealed by [[Professor Oak]] soon after he concluded that [[Pokémon Mansion journals|the journals]] Red found at the {{ka|Pokémon Mansion}} were his. He explained that Dr. Fuji used to be dedicated to Pokémon researching, but after he discovered a {{p|Mew|new species}}, the subjects of his studies were dismissed, and the Doctor was trying to artificially create a {{p|Mewtwo|powerful new Pokémon}}. Despite their last names matching, Red was skeptical about both being the same person, but the Professor told him it was very likely, as Dr. Fuji did a research related to mysterious stones flowing with energy, like the ones that Mr. Fuji gave him.
 
Later, in their home at [[Lavender Town]], [[Reina]] told Mr. Fuji about the rumors of an incredibly strong Pokémon seen in the [[Cerulean Cave]]. After hearing that the Pokémon is likely a {{t|Psychic}} type, he indicated that he knew the identity of this Pokémon. After hearing of Red heading to capture the mysterious Pokémon, {{p|Mewtwo}}, Mr. Fuji began to think about Red's possibilities to win the fight against it. During his thinking session, Red battled Mewtwo in the Cerulean Cave, and wound up getting almost all of his Pokémon defeated, leaving him with only his {{p|Charizard}}. While Charizard battled Mewtwo, Mr. Fuji understood that Red's only hope of victory lied within the stones he had given to him. The stones, revealed to be a [[Charizardite X]] and a [[Key Stone]], gave Charizard strength to rise from the brink of defeat and [[Mega Evolution|Mega Evolve]] into Mega Charizard X. This new power gave Charizard the ability to defeat Mewtwo, allowing Red to {{pkmn2|caught|catch}} it.
 
====Voice actors====
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==In the manga==
===In Pokémon Adventures===
[[File:Mr Fuji Doduo Adventures.png|thumb|120px|Mr. Fuji (right)in withPokémon his {{p|Doduo}} and {{adv|Blue}}Adventures]]
Mr. Fuji first appears in ''[[PS013|Sigh for Psyduck]]'', when he meets {{adv|Red}} in Lavender Town, on his way to pay his respects to his {{p|Doduo}}'s grave. Mr. Fuji invites Red to his house and tells about the [[Pokémon Tower]] and the {{OBP|ghost|literal}}s in there. Because of them, he can't bury his {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} in a proper place. Red sees a photo of {{adv|Blue}} with Mr. Fuji, who tells him that the lad went to the Pokémon Tower to defy the presence of any ghosts, what makes Red want to go there, too. Once Blue defeats [[Koga#In the Pokémon Adventures manga|Koga]] and the truth about the ghosts is revealed to the citizens of [[Lavender Town]], Mr. Fuji can finally take his deceased Pokémon to rest at the Pokémon Tower.
 
Mr. Fuji made a couple of cameo appearances in later chapters. In ''[[PS179|The Last Battle XIII]]'', he is one of the [[Pokémon Fan Club]] members that sent Pokémon to defeat {{p|Lugia}} and {{p|Ho-Oh}}. In ''[[PS295|Last Shot]]'', the [[#Fame Checker|photo]] of Mr. Fuji and [[Blaine]] standing shoulder to shoulder is seen in an album.====History====
====={{-chap|Red, Green & Blue}}=====
==InMr. Fuji first appeared in ''[[PS013|Sigh for Psyduck]]'', when he met {{adv|Red}} in [[Lavender Town]], on his way to pay his respects to his {{p|Doduo}}'s grave. Mr. Fuji invited Red to his house and told him about the TCG==[[Pokémon Tower]] and the {{OBP|ghost|literal}}s in there. Because of them, he was unable to bury his {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} in a proper place. Red then saw a photo of {{adv|Blue}} with Mr. Fuji, who told him that the had gone to the Pokémon Tower to defy the presence of any ghosts two weeks earlier, which made Red willing to go there as well. Once Blue defeated [[Koga]] and the truth about the ghosts was revealed to the citizens of [[Lavender Town]], Mr. Fuji could finally take his deceased Pokémon to rest at the Pokémon Tower.
This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Mr. Fuji and/or his Pokémon in the {{pkmn|Trading Card Game}}.
 
====={{cardlist/headerchap|Mr.Gold, Fuji|Trainer|char=yesSilver & Crystal}}=====
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCGIn ID''[[PS179|Fossil|Mr.The Fuji|58}}|type=Trainer|enset=Fossil|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=58/62|jpset=MysteryLast Battle XIII]]'', he makes a cameo appearance as one of the Fossils[[Pokémon Fan Club]] members who sent Pokémon to help defeat {{adv|jprarity=UncommonTower duo|jpnum=—/—Lugia and Ho-Oh}} in [[Ilex Forest]].
{{cardlist/footer|Trainer}}
 
==Trivia==In ''[[PS295|Double Down Deoxys]]'', he makes a cameo appearance in a [[#Fame Checker|photo]] in [[Blaine]]'s photo album, standing shoulder to shoulder with him in a jungle.
* It is theorized that he may have been the inspiration for [[Dr. Fuji]] from ''[[M01|Mewtwo Strikes Back]]'', due to their similar names and history in studying {{p|Mew}}. However, Dr. Fuji from the games has been referred to before the {{pkmn|anime}} even started and he appears to be considerably younger than Mr. Fuji. It is also suggested that they may be father and son or that Dr. Fuji is actually a younger Mr. Fuji. However, besides having the same surname and their shared interest in Mew, there is nothing to back this up.
** At [[Pokémon Lab]] in [[Cinnabar Island]], there is a portrait of its founder, Dr. Fuji. The ====={{playerchap|Emerald}} is surprised to see the name, meaning they recognize it, so it may be referring to Mr. Fuji.=====
In ''[[PS337|Epilogue]]'', he makes a cameo appearance in one of the ships heading to the {{gdis|Battle Frontier|III}}.
 
====Pokémon====
=====Deceased=====
{{TrainerPoké
|trainer=Mr. Fuji
|egg=yes
|pkmn=Doduo
|type1=Normal
|type2=Flying
|img=Mr Fuji Doduo Egg.png
|epnum=PS013
|epname=Sigh for Psyduck
|desc=Prior to the start of the series Mr. Fuji hatched {{p|Doduo}} from its [[Egg]]. It passed away sometime before {{adv|Red}} came to [[Lavender Town]].
 
None of Doduo's moves are known.}}
 
==In the TCG==
{{main|Mr. Fuji (Fossil 58)}}
'''Mr. Fuji''' was introduced as a {{TCG|Trainer card}} in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]] during the English Original Series (the Japanese Original Era). First released in the Japanese {{TCG|Mystery of the Fossils}} expansion, it later debuted in English in the {{TCG|Fossil}} expansion, with both prints featuring an illustration by [[Ken Sugimori]]. Mr. Fuji allows the player to add a Pokémon on their {{TCG|Bench}}, and all cards attached to it, to their deck and then shuffle it.
 
==Names==
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|フジ{{tt|フジ老人|ろうじん|Fuji Rōjin}}<br> ''Elder Fuji''
|From フジ ''Fuji'', the Japanese name for the ''{{wp|wisteriaWisteria}} family of plants'', a genus of plants with purple flowers. HeThis may be named this because he lives in [[Lavender Town|Cion Town]], also named afterfor athe plantpurple withcolor purpleof flowersa flower.
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|Mr. Fuji
|Same as Japanese name; although Western audiences may be more familiar with ''Fuji'' as being a generic Japanese name.
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|{{tt|등나무노인|Deung'namu No-in}}<br>''Elder Deung'-namu''
|From 등나무 ''Deung'-namu'', the Korean name for ''{{wp|Wisteria floribunda}}'', the "Japanese Wisteria".
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|Chinese ({{tt|Mandarin|Taiwan and Mainland China}})
|富士老人 ''Elder Fùshì''
|From 富士 ''Fuji'', possibly relating to {{wp|Mount Fuji|Mt. Fuji}}
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|Chinese ({{tt|Cantonese|Hong Kong}})
|富士老人 ''Elder Fusih''
|From 富士 ''Fuji'', possibly relating to {{wp|Mount Fuji|Mt. Fuji}}
|- style="background:#FFF;"
|Brazilian Portuguese
|Senhor Fuji{{tt|*|manga}}<br>Sr. Fuji{{tt|*|The Official Pokémon Handbook}}
|From his English name
|- style="background:#FFF;"
|Chinese ({{tt|Mandarin|Taiwan}})Vietnamese
|{{tt|富士老人|FùshìÔng Lǎorén}}<br>''Elderlão Fùshì''Fuji
|FromTransliteration 富士from ''Fuji'',his possiblyJapanese relating to {{wp|Mount Fuji|Mt. Fuji}}.name
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